Ugly Corners Of Brno. Hard To Find

In Photography on August 8, 2007 by Petr Bokuvka

I love black-and-white photography. Some world cities were built to be photographed in black-and-white. Like New York or Berlin. Vienna, on the other hand, is hard to be photographed without colors. Same thing with Brno. There are no really “ugly” parts. Fellow photographers probably know what I mean. Old rusty buildings, industrial style in architecture, factories, fire escapes, etc. etc.


A pedestrian bridge over a freight railway station in Brno-Malomerice neighborhood is one of the fews places. As for the big-city black-and-white people you see on the streets of New York, forget that you would meet those in Brno. Maybe one, okay…


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